The Free Presbyterian Church of North America (FPCNA) is a group of Bible-believing Protestants whose Presbyterian roots go back to the great Reformation of the 16th century. As a denomination, we are
The FPCNA whole-heartedly endorses the five great solas of the Reformation:
- Reformed in doctrine
- Evangelical in outreach
- Sanctified in behavior
- Presbyterian in government
- Protestant in conviction
- Separatist in practice
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- Sola Scriptura—The Scriptures alone for matters of faith and practice
- Sola Fide—justification by faith alone
- Sola Gratia—by grace alone
- Solo Christo—in Christ alone
- Soli Deo Gloria—all to the glory of God alone
"O LORD, revive Thy work in the midst of the years...." Habakkuk 3:2
The cry for revival has been the heart cry of North American Free Presbyterians for nearly 40 years. In 1976, the Holy Spirit brought Ulster Free Presbyterianism to this continent: first to Toronto, then to Greenville, SC, and afterward to Newtown Square, PA. Thankfully, many of us came to Christ through this new denomination.
We firmly believe that the church goes forward on her knees in prayer. When in the history of a praying people has God waited more than 40 years to answer the prayer for an outpouring of His Spirit? Therefore, we long that this will be the year that He opens the windows of heaven and pours us out the blessing. Join with us in this prayer.